SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - On the eve of the last presidential debate, polls show a significantly tight race.
Monday night President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney will face off in the final presidential debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida.
With just over two weeks until Election Day both candidates are now tied nationally.
According to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, the candidates are tied at 47 percent among likely voters.
In this razor-close contest, people like Pattie Kennedy, who was visiting WMass from New York, said she plana to watch, but hasn't fallen in love with either candidate.
"The attacks they have on each other and their answers. They do not answer the question. We feel like we are voting for the lesser of two evils," Patti Kennedy said.
"I wish it could be about what they stand for instead of having to disgrace the other opponent," Dawn Kennedy of Leverett.
But not everyone plans to watch.
"I'm not going to watch the debate. I have a hard time believing the candidates. It's hard to know what's the truth and what's not without doing hours of investigation on my own," Sajjan Sharma said.
Polling of key demographic groups indicates Obama leads among 92% of African Americans;: 92 percent, 70% of Latinos; and 52 percent of women.
Romney leads among 60% of seniors: 55% of whites: and 47% of men.
The debate will be moderated by veteran CBS journalist Bob Schieffer, and will focus on foreign policy.
It will also be in a traditional debate format, unlike the town hall format in the second presidential debate.